Algae products

International producer of high-quality microalgae

Phycom cultivates multiple algae species, all with their characteristics and applications.

In addition to the following different mass-producible algae, we have our own in-house research and development unit and laboratory. On top of that, we develop processes and facilities to isolate the valuable proteins, oils and fibres from the microalgae.

Within Phycom, we constantly develop other species for feed and food applications.
So, are the algae species you are looking for not mentioned? Contact us!

Microalgae species

Chlorella vulgaris

  • Fine, intense green natural colourant
  • Mild umami flavour
  • Composition: 14% fatty acids, 32% fibre, 22% protein
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Chlorella sorokiniana

  • Dark green natural colourant
  • Characteristic umami flavour
  • Composition: 14% fatty acids, 14% fibre, 40% protein
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Golden Chlorella®

  • Naturally golden yellow in colour
  • Sweet almost corn-like flavour
  • Composition: 11% fatty acids, 9% fibre, 31,6% protein
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Chlorella....

  • Less colour
  • High in nutritional content
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Product forms

Algae paste

  • Packaging 1m3 IBC, up to 800 kg per IBC
  • Easily soluble
  • Suitable for direct use in food or feed
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Algae Pellets (IQF)

  • Packaging 10 kg in bag-in-box, up to 640 kg per pallet
  • Highly soluble and easily processed once thawed
  • Suitable for food and feed use
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Algae Flakes

  • Packaging 15 kg in bag-in-box, up to 750 kg per pallet
  • Brittle flakes of different sizes
  • Suitable for food and feed use
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Algae Powder

  • Packaging 25 kg per bag, up to 1 tonne per pallet
  • Fine powder, easily mixed
  • Suitable for food and feed use
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Discover the possibilities for your product

Want to know what Phycom can do for your product? Phycom will gladly use its expertise to help you identify innovative product applications involving microalgae.